A meteorite lands on our Earth. It is made of a rigid, indestructible material (containing a payload). When the meteorite strikes, its kinetic energy will cause a blast of stones, dirt, heat, etc. Normal physical applies, except for its indestructibility.
It is about 1-2m diameter, smooth, and approximately round with a density and elasticity comparable to rock. Based on this chart it will have a KE of about 0.2kt on atmospheric entry.
Being indestructible, it will not airburst.
It arrives at, say, a 45 degree angle. It strikes a rocky mountain range, as opposed to, say, a desert.
What would happen to the meteorite in this scenario? Would it dig in deeper? Bounce?
How does its indestructibility affect the consequences to its environment, compared to a normal meteorite with the same KE on impact?